The Green Dollar

Research and Developments

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Carbon and GHG Management

-International Technology Transfer -International emission trading -Price induced technical change and tech diffusion -co2 sequestration -domestic emission trading -clean development mechanism   Advertisements

PV Development

These countries are leading in PV development in ranking order: (source unrecognised) 1. Germany 2. US 3. Japan 4. Korea 5. France 6. UK 7. Australia 8. Netherlands 9. Switzerland


Sweden: IT- next generation national broadband network (NGNBN)= opportunity to decrease home energy usage. Accenture= design and implement pilot project for more energy-efficient power grid EMA (hardware)= smart meters in system leverage in NGNBN and other communication platforms. IES pilot set up between now and 2012. 30 million funded by government and Singapore power. All … Continue reading

$2.5B Solar plant marks ‘new dawn’

Follow ups?


SEC  (Singapore Environment Council) WWS (Waterways Watch Society) NSS(Nature Society Singapore) ECO (Environmental Challenge Organisation) SYiNC (Singapore Halogen Foundation)

R&D Centres

DHI- NTU Water and Environmental Hub, Singapore Membrane Technology Centre (SMTC), Singapore Delft Water Alliance (SDWA) and Solar Energy Research Institute of Singapore (SERIS)


“ecomagination” programme finances wind farms and more efficient trains

Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC)

Group of international scientists and officials advising UN and member states on global warming and its likely effects. next report due 2013.

Blackrock: Profile

Blackrock is focused on companies that

1. have individual stock specific catalysts to release additional value

2. benefit the most from an improvement in the macro environment, through either higher oil prices or increased industry capital expenditure.

3. oil services

(Backdrop of oil price driven earnings revisions is a positive one, there are many company-specific factors to highlight even in flat price environemnt. Companies that are low-cost producrs and have strong resource positions, and high impact exploration programmes that are attracting value.)

For more information, contact:
Robin Batchelor, MD, portfolio manager and joint chief investment officer of blackrock's natural resources equity team, or Poppy Allanby: fund manager of Blackrock's natural resources equity team.